Tryon Hounds set for Spring Hunter Pace

Hunter Pace Gowensville (Photo submitted by Don West)

Hunter Pace Gowensville (Photo submitted by Don West)

The Tryon Hounds Spring Hunter Pace is set for this Sun., April 10 on the beautiful trails in Gowensville.  If you’ve not yet had the opportunity to ride there, make every effort to join the Tryon Hounds. If you have ridden there, we are sure you’ll want to come back as you know what lovely trails they are!

Riders can start on the pace from 9 a.m. thru 2 p.m.  Wings competitors (fastest time) please arrive by 8:30 a.m. to be ready to ride ahead of the rest of the field. Start times will be assigned upon arrival at Start/Finish.

Protective headgear with harness required for all riders, no exceptions!

Current negative Coggins required for all equine on site.

Entry fee includes a $2 donation to the Polk Equine Emergency Rescue.  Children 12 and under must ride with an adult. Lunch is free to adult riders. There is a cost for children 12 and under and non-riders will be served from 10:30 a.m. through 2 p.m.

Go to www.WCHPace.org for more details. 

-Submitted by Rebecca Barnes

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